I am already a fan of Patricia Bradley so it wasn’t a huge surprise to me that Justice Buried was such a great book. But what I found especially interesting and refreshing was this particular story had much more of a Sandra Orchard (Serena Jones Series) type of feel.
The mystery and suspense combined with the developing romance was very well written and the characters were likable. The who-done-it kept me flipping pages. Although Justice Buried is book two in the Memphis Cold Case Series, and I haven’t yet read Justice Delayed (book one), I was able to follow along with the storyline without issue.
Kelsey Allen is spunky and fearless. She refuses to back down from whoever is determined to keep her quiet. Brad Hollister is the best kind of protector and his own personal life seems to be coming together. But what he thought he once wanted, now does not have the same appeal. Together, they’re a formidable team and they’re relentlessly pursuing the answers needed to close the cold case file on Kelsey’s deceased father.
I thoroughly enjoyed Justice Buried and give it five out of five stars.